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his army, under the pressure we gave him, to the little town of Dalton, Ga., where he himself was soon replaced by General Joseph E. Johnstoe spring work which was expected of him. Taking his headquarters at Dalton, he faced northward and eastward.
The railway line which brought hforward as the Tunnel Hill.
Such was the situation of affairs at Dalton.
This place, with its difficult approaches, was commonly called in to defend or more deadly in its approaches than that outer gate of Dalton, the Buzzard's Roost Gap.
Meanwhile, General Thomas, who was stit he (Thomas) was in hopes that he might drive back his foe, occupy Dalton, and thus swing wide open the door of Georgia preparatory to Sherma, which was to keep Johnston busy where he was — in the vicinity of Dalton; for on Thomas's approach he immediately called for reinforcements.
While the other troops were very active between Chattanooga, Dalton, and Knoxville, the wing of Thomas's army to which I belonged-probably